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WATCH: Harry Crawford scores stunning David Beckham-esque strike from 45 yards as Welling United beat Bromley to reach Kent Senior Cup semi-finals

PUBLISHED: 11:42 08 March 2017 | UPDATED: 11:42 08 March 2017

Harry Crawford's stunning strike (Wings TV)

Harry Crawford's stunning strike (Wings TV)

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The Wings have set up a date with Charlton Athletic at Park View Road

Welling United made it through to the Kent Senior Cup semi-finals last night in dramatic fashion thanks to a stunning late winner.

With the game against local rivals Bromley goalless until 85 minutes, a moment of magic was required to break the deadlock, which Harry Crawford duly delivered.

Similar to David Beckham’s famous goal for Manchester United at Wimbledon back in 1996, the forward, who has also played for Dartford and Dover, lobbed the keeper from some 45 yards.

The win means the Wings will now face League One side Charlton Athletic at Park View Road in the semis.

Video courtesy of Wings TV.

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